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Social aid campaign fulfills more than 200 disabled needs

Social aid campaign fulfills more than 200 disabled needs As part of the social aid campaign of Disabled Solidarity Association, more than 200 disabled individuals’ need have been fulfilled with the consistent help of several sponsors announced by Chairman Ömer Suay.
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As part of the social aid campaign of Disabled Solidarity Association, more than 200 disabled individuals’ need have been fulfilled with the consistent help of several sponsors announced by Chairman Ömer Suay.  

In his written statement, Suay declared that the association has reserved around 350 Thousand TL for providing help for the urgent needs of disabled individuals in accordance of their mission and vision in 2019.

“As a civil society organization that build upon social state understanding, we are taking our steps within that responsibility and putting our efforts for the continuation of this social service network” Suay said.

Later on, Suay also mentioned about the necessity to shoulder responsibility in Social responsibility, Health, Education and required amendments of Laws for a better future in Cyprus.

In his concluding remarks, Chairman Suay also extended his thanks to Administration of Vakif and Turkey’s Cooperation of Development and Economy office.  


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